Bert Linson

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May 13

Teak73 and Geo-Jedimeister go T5!!!

Today Teak73, his family, and Geo Jedimeister went to the T5-Workshop 3.0 – für Anfänger near Homburg Germany.  Teak73 had already done on T5 earlier in the week but this was the first for his wife.  Geo-Jedimaster had rappelled once back in 1986 while in the Army. Today they learned how to rappel using two caribiners, a prusik, …

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May 10

Geocaching Bomb Threat in Canada

Another Geocaching bomb threat happened today. This time in Toronto Canada. The police there must have nothing better to do since the went ahead and blew it up anyway. Check out the story here.

May 09

Geocaching and other GPS games – Keeping kids active on the road

I can remember when I was a child that we at least once a year made a SIX HOUR automobile trip from our home in Indiana to visit grandparents in Illinois and Iowa.  As a small child these trips were very difficult because of the boredom of being cramped up in a car for so long. My parents did …

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Apr 01

Ruine Diemerstein Geocache – GCN2K6

Here is a  video of GermanyBert, Sabine, and Sarge the Wunderlab search for the Diemerstein Ruins geocache.  Somehow the video messes up near the end but the rest is pretty good. Extra bonus footage of some crazy German guy yelling at his wife on the phone. It seems she has found another man. The cache …

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Apr 01

FUNKLOCH – A Geocaching Adventure

Here is a trailer I made for the Funkloch #2 Geocache south of Kaiserslautern Germany. Better get it quick because the entire area will be flatten in June 2012. This is a night cache and located in a abandoned top secret US Air Force Communications base that was used during the Cold War. Enjoy!!

Jan 03

Fake battery cache container

Here is a very cool and tricky caching container. It is made out of a AA battery. This video is by Geocachespoilers. Check out and subcribe his YouTube channel here.

Jun 06

Live to Ride – Ride to Live Travel Bug

Here is a travel bug that I created and put into the world.  You can see where this travel bug has been and where it is now by CLICKING HERE . I released this trackable on 6 June 2010 and place it into one of my caches called  DE-KL-GB-Graffiti Haus #1. I think it might be …

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Jun 06

My first Geocaching video – Geocache – GC26P06 – Muggelalarm Hausnummer 27

This is the first geocaching search that I ever videoed.  The cache, and even the building it was located near, no longer exists. This cache was located in Kaiserslautern Germany. Interesting thing about this cache is that it was right across the street from the local Hells Angels clubhouse.